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  • Originally posted by DailyDrivenTJ View Post
    Trying to reach the OP, Ranger. His PM box is full. Anyone know where he is active?

    I don’t log onto this forum much anymore. I’ll shoot you a PM with my cell #.


    • After 4 years, this TJ has made its way to the West Coast.

      I am currently giving it much needed upkeep. Seems like previous owner didn't drive much as it only did 5000 miles past 4 years.

      Radiator is being replaced as it developed a leak.

      I was impressed by how the wiring was in the engine bay. All the non stock items were properly wired with looms and heat shrinks.

      Severe duty fan clutch, new belt, new idler pulleys, new water pump and 190 degree thermostat are being installed this weekend.

      Interior upgrade using some Android HU and switch banks are on the list of things to do along with cleaning up wiring under the instrument cluster.


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        New water pump, pulleys, tensioner, belt, severe duty fan clutch and radiator installed. Hemi maintains 194 degree and no leak.

        Custom hardtop defrost wiring harness was made and installed to replace malfunctioning factory harness.

        Future Projects:

        Dual battey setup
        Rear seat removal and Tuffy rear cargo box install
        ARB freezer
        Tuffy center console Insert
        Android HU
        Sport Cage
        Rocker Guard
        Engine skid
        Genright fuel tank
        Refurbish Nth Lightening rod
        Frame surface rust treatment
        ARB Diff covers
        Steering box Skid
        Aux switch/fuse panel
        Last edited by DailyDrivenTJ; 07-25-2019, 07:31 PM.


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          Jeep's RB1 had to go. Now I have Android HU.

          Does everything that Android phone does. Wide screen needs some getting used to but it fits perfect.


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            Headlights were acting erratic. Turns out the individual spade connectors were coming loose at the bottom of the old relays causing fuses to blow.

            Decided to add the relay base and tape the spade connectors.

            Lights are bright again.

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